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Chasing Butterflies (Little Life Lessons)

by Harry Toews

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I was asked to read a delightful children's book, written by Harry Toews. It was a pleasure to read and the only drawback was that it was only available on the e reader. I don't have one but I got around it by reading it in my browser. The story has 2 children, a sister and brother named Sophia and Matteo. They are lucky children that get to spend time with their grandmother and learn life's lesson. The story simple but interesting and I can't wait to read some more of the life lessons. I enjoyed this book immensely. ( )
  lauren.nagel | Jan 31, 2015 |
I was asked to read a delightful children's book, written by Harry Toews. It was a pleasure to read and the only drawback was that it was only available on the e reader. I don't have one but I got around it by reading it in my browser. The story has 2 children, a sister and brother named Sophia and Matteo. They are lucky children that get to spend time with their grandmother and learn life's lesson. The story simple but interesting and I can't wait to read some more of the life lessons. I enjoyed this book immensely. ( )
  lauren.nagel | Jan 31, 2015 |
Firstly, I actually would rate this one 3.5 stars.

Chasing Butterflies is a gentle read that follows Sophia and Matteo as they discover an important lesson about judging by appearances. The illustrations are simple, colourful and appealing and perfect for the ebook format in which this book has been released. Young children will thoroughly enjoy the reveal of the "magic" and no doubt be inspired to begin their own quest to discover something similar in their own backyard.

Given the amount of text in the book, I would recommend this story for early independent readers. Alternatively, given the inter-generational theme to the tale, it would be the perfect book for grandparents to gift to and read with their grandchildren.

Thanks to the author for the opportunity to read and review Chasing Butterflies.



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  BruceGargoyle | Oct 20, 2013 |
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